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Introduction to Dynamics and Control in Mechanical Engineering Systems

By
C. W. S. To
C. W. S. To
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ISBN:
9781118934920
No. of Pages:
272
Publisher:
ASME-Wiley
Publication date:
2016

In translating the oscillatory or oscillatory mechanical systems in the physical world into mathematical models in the conceptual world, there is always a question of how accurate and realistic the representation is of the physical system. It is generally logical to approach the problem by choosing the simplest model, and if one desires, a more realistic model can be formulated at a later stage. The simplest model is generally governed by the economy of solution, and can often provide information and insight to the problem at hand.

4.1
Elements of Oscillatory Systems
4.2
Free Vibration of Single Degree-of-Freedom Systems
4.3
Single Degree-of-Freedom Systems under Harmonic Forces
4.4
Single Degree-of-Freedom Systems under Non-Harmonic Forces
4.5
Vibration Analysis of Multi-Degrees-of-Freedom Systems
4.6
Vibration of Continuous Systems
4.7
Questions and Solutions
Appendix 4A
Proof of Equation (4.19b)
Exercise Questions
References
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